MAP RMS would like to inform you about the upcoming Reporting Obligations for Alternative Investment Funds Managers (‘AIFMs’) and Alternative Investment Funds (‘AIFs’) for the year 2021, in order to...Read More
Few days away from the end of this unique year, MAP RMS would like to inform you about the upcoming Risk Management/Capital Adequacy Reporting Obligations for Cypriot Investment Firms (‘CIFs’)...Read More
On 16 December 2020, the European Banking Authority (“EBA”) has published a package of seven (7) final draft Regulatory Technical Standards (“RTS”) on the prudential treatment of investment firms pursuant...Read More
On the 24th November 2020, Central Bank of Cyprus (‘CBC’), acting as the macroprudential authority of Cyprus has notified all Cypriot Investment Firms (‘CIFs’) about the latest decision to set...Read More
On November 25, 2020, the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (‘CySEC’) issued Circular C417 “Prudential treatment of crypto assets and enhancement of risk management procedures associated with crypto assets” which...Read More
On 6 October 2020, the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) published the final rules banning the sale and distribution of derivatives and exchange traded notes (ETNs) that reference certain types...Read More
The European Parliament on 16 April 2019 has adopted a new, comprehensive regulatory regime for investment firms: the Investment Firm Directive (“IFD“) and Investment Firm Regulation (“IFR“) are intended to...Read More
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